5,820± Acres PICOSA CREEK RANCH , Maverick Co.
Off Hwy. 277, Eagle Pass, Texas 78852
Description: Truly rare opportunity to own one of the best low fence hunting ranches in South Texas, owned and operated by the same family for nearly a century. This private ranch is tucked away amongst some of the most productive, native whitetail deer country the state has to offer. This area has consistently produced free-range monster bucks year in, and year out. The raw canvas has over 3.5± miles of Oak-tree lined Picosa Creek and over 1± mile of Dos Chimeneas Creek. Excellent brush diversity and water add to the uniqueness.
Improvements: This ranch has no structural improvements and therefore it is ready for improvements of your choice. There is a good road system throughout. Three perimeter sides are high fenced with the west boundary being low fenced.
Wildlife: This area is renown for producing some of the largest native free-range bucks in the state. This ranch has produced many Boone Crockett bucks. This ranch has strong genetics and carries an abundance of wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, javelina, hogs, bass, waterfowl and varmints. Turkey have roosting sites up and down the 3+ miles of Picosa Creek. Excellent brush and water everywhere makes this a wildlife paradise.
Vegetation: This wild and wooly ranch has a tremendous diversity of brush throughout. All of the browse necessary to grow trophy deer are found on it. Brush species include Guajillo, Granjeno, Guayacaon, Kidney Wood, Black Brush, White Brush, Persimmon, Prickley Pear, Tasajillo and many more. Large oak, elm and hackberry trees can be found on the creek. There are also large mesquite trees scattered throughout.
Water: This ranch has two major named creeks running through it. With over 3± miles of Picosa Creek and 1± mile of Dos Chimenas Creek, this ranch runs a lot, and holds a lot, of water. These creeks hold water during wet times and provide run-off to several lakes. The ranch has a total of 9 lakes, all that offer good bass fishing, dove hunting and duck hunting. There is one water well on the ranch that is run by a solar pump and waters a water trough and pila.
Minerals: This is a surface sale only. There is no production.
Taxes: $2,737.19± Ag exemption.
Price: $10,185,000. Or $1,750/acre
Location: This ranch is 21± miles east of Eagle Pass, 32± miles northwest of Crystal City, 33± miles northwest of Carrizo Springs 68± miles southwest of Uvalde and 160± miles southwest of San Antonio. This ranch is 7.2± miles north of Hwy. 277, via an all-weather easement road.
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